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Max's cellphone in Life is Strange.

Texting is one of several important gameplay elements throughout the story. True to the lives of most modern teenagers, Life is Strange includes insights into the protagonists' cellphones.

The player can (re)-view Max Caulfield's text messages in Life is Strange and Chloe Price's text messages in Before the Storm to get a better context on characters and objectives in the games. In Life is Strange, some messages were sent or received before the period of the main timeline or alternative timeline. Max keeps in contact with her parents, many Blackwell students and sometimes receives texts from unknown numbers.


Objectives Edit

Main article: Objectives

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Life is Strange Edit

Episode One - "Chrysalis" Edit

Episode Two - "Out of Time" Edit

Episode Three - "Chaos Theory" Edit

  • Getting on the main campus to meet Chloe - Chloe wants Max to meet on the main campus in front of the Blackwell Academy.
  • Entering Principal Wells' office - Max asks Warren for a way to open the locked door to Principal Wells' office; he texts Max the ingredients for a pipe bomb to open the door.

Episode Four - "Dark Room" Edit

  • Entering Nathan Prescott's dorm room - Kate Marsh texts Max his room number if you had looked at her "Get well soon" card and mentioned Nathan when talking to her in the hospital.

Episode Five - "Polarized" Edit

  • Max asks Warren for the photo - Max asks Warren if he still has the photo from the End of the World Party to jump back in time and save Chloe.

Before the Storm Edit

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Messages Edit

Main article: Max's Messages

Trivia Edit

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